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Bangkok is widely considered to be one of the best capitals in the world for digital nomads, and its availability of stylish and modern coworking spaces with cheap day passes only adds to its appeal to those who like to work on the move.
While day pass prices can be as high as THB 950, many of the city’s top-rated shared workspaces offer day passes for under THB 300 – which is equivalent to less than USD 10. And in Bangkok, even the most affordable coworking spaces boast distinct designs, excellent amenities and central locations.
Below, we introduce you to some of the Thai Capital’s best-value workspaces for those who just need to set up shop for the day. If you’re interested in venues with slightly higher price tags, read our in-depth guide to the top-rated coworking spaces in Bangkok.
Lub d Bangkok Siam is a warm and colourful coworking space as well as a trendy hostel in Bangkok’s central Siam district. In addition to workspaces, Lub d has lounge and dining areas, balconies with cityscape views, and a comfortable café and bar with both outdoor and indoor seating options.
Just a short walk from this top-rated hostel in Bangkok are famous shopping destinations like the MBK Center, Siam Square One and Siam Paragon. You can also explore popular tourist attractions that include the Jim Thompson House Museum, Madame Tussauds and the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre.
A day pass at Lub d Bangkok Siam costs just THB 150, making it one of the city’s best-value workspaces for digital nomads. You can also pay THB 750 for a weekly pass or THB 3,900 for a monthly pass.
Located in Lower Sukhumvit near the Udom Suk BTS station, The Park East is a sleek and lofty coworking space that occupies two townhouses combined into one. Besides the downstairs workspace and lounge area with bean bags and sofas, The Park East boasts modern kitchens and break rooms with games consoles.
When you need a break, you’ll find a variety of indoor and outdoor dining options along Sukhumvit Road and the nearby Udomsuk shopping mall. If you want to explore Bangkok, the Udom Suk BTS station sits just down the road. You can reach central districts in the Sukhumvit area in less than 20 minutes.
Day passes at The Park East cost THB 170. If you’re thinking of establishing yourself as a freelancer or business in Thailand, you might be interested in this coworking space’s virtual office plans, which range from THB 1,500 to THB 3,500.
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Housed inside The Seasons Mall near the vibrant Victory Monument neighbourhood, cocon coworking space Bangkok features a minimalist interior of white and off-white walls with light wooden floors and sections of wood-clad walls. You’ll also notice bursts of blue plus decorative touches like geometric ceiling features and potted flowers.
For some off-screen time, you can browse the markets, shops and street food stalls that surround Victory Monument. After the working day, stop by The Saxophone Pub & Restaurant to enjoy drinks to the sounds of some of the city’s best jazz musicians.
A day pass at cocon costs THB 180 and includes free refills on coffee.
Situated inside a traditional townhouse near the Phaya Thai BTS station and the Airport Rail Link, The Rabbit Hub is a modern workspace with a light and minimalist interior.
This coworking space’s Quiet Zone is perfect for those who need maximum focus, but there are also meeting rooms, an events hall, group study tables, and plenty of areas to mingle with and get to know fellow digital nomads and remote workers.
A day pass at The Rabbit Hub costs THB 190, or you can pay THB 50 per hour for the ultimate in flexibility. You can also pay THB 100 per hour (or THB 380 per day) for a table for four, THB 300 per hour (or THB 1,500 per day) for a meeting room for six, and as little as THB 600 per hour for the events hall.
Situated in Udom Suk, the warm and lofty THINK Society features a hot desking area overlooked by a mezzanine, meeting rooms, cosy breakout areas and an outdoor deck offering cityscape views. Premium office facilities include hardwood desks and superfast Wi-Fi. You can also refuel at the onsite café.
Day passes are available for THB 250 each or in bundles of ten for THB 2,000. Memberships start from THB 3,200 per month. The six-month membership (THB 16,800) and the one-year membership (THB 28,800) include ten hours per month of meeting room access and a business address.
The rugged, industrial-style UnionSPACE Ekkamai boasts outdoor and indoor workspaces with design elements such as polished concrete floors, black ceilings adorned with hanging plants, and a mix of exposed brick and white walls.
Surrounding UnionSPACE, you’ll find an array of trendy bars, restaurants, cafés and nightlife venues in the upscale Ekkamai neighbourhood. The nearest BTS station (Ekkamai) is only five minutes away on foot, which makes getting around Bangkok straightforward.
Day passes at UnionSPACE are available for THB 250 each or in bundles of ten for THB 1,850, 30 for THB 4,800, 50 for THB 6,750, and 100 for THB 11,000. You can also pay as little as THB 4,500 per month for a membership that includes a dedicated desk.
Situated in Lat Phrao, the warm and sophisticated MAVEN MESH features an upscale and elegant interior that’s reminiscent of a country club. You can expect to see decorative features like low-hanging chandeliers and herringbone wood floors.
To make the most of the tropical climate, order a coffee from the onside café and relax in the European-inspired garden surrounded by landscaped lawns, manicured shrubs and ornate garden furniture.
You can get a day pass at MAVEN MESH for as little as THB 290. You can also get day passes in bundles of five for THB 900. THB 2,900 per months grants you unlimited access.
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